Sullivan, Patricia “Patty”

Patricia Sullivan 1944
Patricia Sullivan 1944

Patricia Sullivan “Patty” “Pat”

From the Mar-Ken 1942 Yearbook, as a Sophomore:
PATTY SULLIVAN
Leaving out the birth of this Irish colleen, which no doubt happened, we begin in the year 1936 in which Hollywood’s gain was Carson City’s loss. Her ambition leans towards singing, her favorite song being “One Fine Day” from Madam Butterfly. She swims, rides, likes Music Appreciation, and loathes Algebra, believing that life could be much more pleasant sans third period.

Patty Sullivan was Sophomore Vice-President, 1942.

From the 1943 Mar-Ken Yearbook, as a Junior:
“Caught off Their Guard:” PATTY SULLIVAN – answering everybody’s questions before a test.

From 1943 Mar-Ken Yearbook; Junior Crossword Puzzle:
Sure’n she’ll be wear’n the green for she’s as Irish as can be.

From the Mar-Ken 1944 Yearbook, “Transvia,” as a Senior:
Name: PATTY SULLIVAN
From: Carson City, Nevada
Destination: San Francisco
Description: Irish, and proud of it!
General Data: Finds foggy weather appealing, also enjoys Ravel’s “Lax Valse.” Not particularly fond of mathematics.